* The Hundredth Monkey Principle :
Referring to a phenomenon observed by Japanese scientists at the end of the 1950s, of a Monkey race living on the Japanese Islands. Whereby it was observed that the monkeys began washing their food, beginning with one female on one of the Islands, and eventually doing the round until most the monkeys on that Island where taking part in the new cultural behaviour as a collective, where the younger generation took to the new concept easyer, with the older ones catching up later. This new cultural behaviour however, was then also observed on the other Islands harboring monkey colonies. It is presumed that the monkeys on the other Islands had begun to adapt this behaviour as the 100th monkey of the first colony implemented the behaviour.
A fascinating phenomenon of “collective-consciousness-manifestation”.
This also works with other lifeforms, such as Humans.